Final Briefing PaperThe student will prepare a policy briefing paper assessing a current public policy in light of principles found in international law, policy, and politics studied in this course. The student must assume the role of a policy maker, using the paper to advocate for a specific policy. The goal is to prepare a final report for a “client” or “principle” of 10–15 double-spaced pages exclusive of an abstract, references, and appendices. Citations must be consistent with the current Turabian style guide.Textbook ReadingsHenderson: ch. 12Presentation: Course ConclusionDownload OptionDownload this course from iTunes U using the free download option from (http://www.apple.com/itunes/download). The link above will launch iTunes (if installed) and open up your course. Some material from third-party sources, such as copyrighted publisher content, are not available for download.